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The Old Urban Layout of the Market Square in Czeladź


Czeladź was granted the city rights by Duke Ladislaus of Opole and Racibórz, probably in the 60s of the thirteenth century. It was then that the typical medieval urban layout was created, with a market square in the center, a grid plan of streets and a parish church, enclosed in an oval fortification. On the market square, there are two preserved historic tenements houses, evoking the look of the old city.

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ulica Rynek 1
41-250 Czeladź
Czeladź
Aglomeracja Górnośląska
w centrum miasta
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Czeladź is an industrial town situated in Zagłębie Dąbrowskie, which may be proud of its history dating back to the Middle Ages. Despite the turmoil of history, the historic urban layout of the city with a nice old town has been preserved to this day. We can find here precious monuments - the eighteenth-century house with a characteristic pedimental roof and arcades located at 3 Kościelna Street is worth special attention. He recalls what old Czeladź once looked like.
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An immense silhouette of the church of Saint Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr dominates the old town in Czeladź. The building was erected at the beginning of the last century, on the site where successive churches had been standing probably as early as since the thirteenth century. The church is a neo-Romanesque basilica, with some Gothic features. Inside, there are some elements from the older church. Professors Makarewicz and Zin called the church “The Notre Dame of Czeladź”.
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